The Veiled Diamond - Poem by Shouvik Roy
I saw you never before today,
And yet I had fallen in love,
May be I did, in my cluttered vague vision
You came as halves of crystal bricks,
Cutting my heart through to my soul,
Sweetly agonizing, a painless pain.
But today I do;
In bright gleaming flesh, you appear and
Shine on me; cutting no more,
Your delicate hands pottering me
Into a mighty vessel of love and freedom, indeed
A veiled diamond you are to be called, for
My strongest lady,
You now make me stronger than I was ever before.
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